Friday, November 1, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Magruder sticks to story on
Mitchell approving break-in
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Chairman Peter Rodino, (D-N.J.) of the House Judiciary
Committee refuses to reveal an FBI report on the nomina-
tion of Vice President-designate Nelson Rockefeller submitted
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Groups give m1onies
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WASHINGTON, (Reuter) -
Jeb Stuart Magruder yesterday
refused to let defense lawyers
crack his story that former At-
torney General John Mitchell
approved the ill-fated plan to
break into Democratic National
The former Mitchell deputy of.
the Nixon Campaign Commit-'
tee, self confident and at times
argumentative, did concede dur-
ing cross examination that his
former boss was less than en-
thusiastic about the illegal bug-
BUT HE repeatedly rebuffed
attempts by Mitchell's lawyer,
Plato Cacheris, to get him to
stray from his damaging indict-
ment of the one-time "law and
order" attorniey general.
The grinning 39-year old wit-
ness told Cacheris that Mitchell
"was not favorable to the pro-
gram . .. but that does not dis-
miss the fact that in the end, he
did approve the program, al-
Cacheris, a former govern-
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ment prosecutor, zeroed in yes-!
terday on Magruder's testimony
earlier this week that Mitchell
gave the go-ahead for Gordon
Liddy to place illegal wiretaps
in the Democratic Headquarters
at the Watergate office complex
here at a March meeting in
Key Biscayne, Florida.
THE defense lawyer tried all
morning to get Magruder, now
serving a 10 to 30 month jail
term for his own confessed role
in the cover-up, to say Mitchell
had wanted to delay the pro-
posed illegal bugging operation,
saying his client never gave
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WASHINGTON (P) - A new
analysis of campaign spending
shows that special interest
groups have donated $8.5 mil-
lion to candidates for the Sen-
ate and House so far this year.
The state and national com-
mittees of the American Medi-
cal Association tops. the list of
big givers, with a combined
total of more, than $1 million,
according to Common Cause.
')THER interest groups, in
order, are the AFL-CIO with
$918,294; the United Auto Work-
ers, $651,426; the several mari-
time unions, $479,014; the Ma-
chinists union, $301,405; the sev-
eral banking and financial
funds, $247,861; the National
Education Association, $229,080;
the United Steel Workers union,
$215,925; the Business-Industry
Political Action Committee,
$214,800, and the National As-
sociation of Realtors, $197,200.
These totals don't include
money given to state and local
candidates or to political par-
ties, and cover only the period
up until Oct. 14, the cut-off for
the a wave of campaign spend-
ing reports filed with the gov-
Further reports came due
yesterday, covering the period
up until Oct. 24. These reports,
the last ones required before
election day next Tuesday, will
push some of the totals -even
THE ANALYSIS was done by
Common Cause, the self-styled
WINTER ART FAIR
U. OF M. NEW FIELD HOUSE
IN FERRY FIELD
Entrance on State St.
10 a.m.-9 p.m.
over 150 artists & craftsmen
citizens' lobby, as part of its
continuing watch on campaign
Among the highlights:
-Organized labor has con-'
tinued its pattern of lopsided
giving to Democrats. Labor,
has given $1.6 million to Sen-
ate candidates, of which $1.4
million went to Democrats.'
They gave $2.7 million to House.
candidates, of which $2.6 mil-
lion went to Democrats;
-Business and professional'
groups, including the AMA, fa-
vored Republicans. T h e s e
groups gave $790,000 to Senate
candidates, with $450,000 of it
to GOP hopefuls. They gave $2.5
million to House candidates,
$1.7 million of it to Republi-
-Most groups favored incum-
bent senators and congressmen
over candidates trying to un-
seat incumbents. Labor groups
gave $2.3 million to incumbents
and $1.1:million to challengers.
B u s i n e s s and profes-
sional groups gave $2.6 million
to incumbents and a bare $254,-
000 to challengers; and
--Senate and House fund-rais-
ing committees of the Republi-
can party have given more than
four times as much financial
support for their candidates as
have the Democratic party's
counterparts. The GOP com-
mittees poured more than $1
million into Republican races
in the six weeks ending Oct. 14,
bringing their total for the year
to nearly $2 million. Democratic
Senate and House committees
have donated only $442,280 this
year to the campaigns of their
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